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[movies]Cultural Connections: More Than Fun & Games
Representatives from the Swedish American Museum and the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian share their cultural heritage. This program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Keywords: swedish american indian
Downloads: 8
[texts]ERIC ED365582: Alternative Approaches to Contemporary Mayan Cultures. An Annotated Bibliography. Revised. - ERIC
This document presents a bibliography of works dealing with the modern Maya. The titles listed are intended to complement the many academic studies devoted to the present day Maya. The document is divided into four sections: (1) personal histories, (2) dream analyses, (3) folktales, and (4) pictorial works. Each section is further divided between materials dealing with or originating in Mexico and Guatemala...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Literature; American Indian Studies; Annotated Bibliographies; Anthropology; Foreign Countries; Higher Education; Legends
Downloads: 10
[movies]Great Tribal Leaders of Modern Times - Wilma Mankiller - Institute for Tribal Government
Interviews with past and current Native American tribal leaders.
Keywords: tribal; tribal leaders; native american; american indian
Downloads: 90
[movies]American Indian Treaties and Identity : CSPAN3 : November 23, 2014 8:00am-9:41am EST
Panelists discuss treaties between the U.S. and American Indian nations as well as identity issues.
Keywords: American Indian Treaties and Identity; Television Program
[movies]American Indian Treaties and Identity : CSPAN3 : December 8, 2014 2:26am-4:03am EST
Panelists discuss treaties between the U.S. and American Indian nations as well as identity issues.
Keywords: American Indian Treaties and Identity; Television Program
[texts]ERIC ED324172: A Basic Guide in Tri-Lingual Education in Gros Ventre and Assiniboine. - ERIC
This curriculum was written to give American Indian children an appreciation of Native American culture and two oral languages, Gros Ventre and Assiniboine. It is intended to create a comfortable cultural atmosphere while teaching K-4 children to say some words in their native language. The major content objective is to give children a repertoire of Indian words that will enhance their appreciation for Indian language and culture, resulting in a better self-image...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Languages; Bilingual Instructional Materials; Grade 4; Multicultural Education; Native Language Instruction; Primary Education
Downloads: 1
[movies]American Indian Treaties and Identity : CSPAN3 : December 13, 2014 8:25am-10:01am EST
Panelists discuss treaties between the U.S. and American Indian nations as well as identity issues.
Keywords: American Indian Treaties and Identity; Television Program
Downloads: 1
[movies]American Indian Treaties and Identity : CSPAN3 : December 7, 2014 4:26pm-6:02pm EST
Panelists discuss treaties between the U.S. and American Indian nations as well as identity issues.
Keywords: American Indian Treaties and Identity; Television Program
Downloads: 4
[movies][Dennis Banks interview at County, January 29, 1976] - Optic Nerve
Source: 2 Tapes of 2: 1/2 inch videotape: reel-to-reelCollection: Pacific Film Archive Film and Video CollectionRights: Copyrighted. Rights are owned by Ideas in Motion. Copyright Holder has given Institution permission to provide access to the digitized work online. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owner...
Keywords: Banks, Dennis; American Indian Movement; californialightandsound
Downloads: 50
[texts]ERIC ED269334: Chautauqua County: Past and Present. Research Guide No. 53. - ERIC
A research guide citing over 100 annotations presents a variety of research material on Chautauqua County (New York) available in the Reed Library (Fredonia, New York). The guide consists of three major parts. Part 1 addresses the novice with an examination of the basic steps of research. Special attention is given to the card catalog. This part also gives examples of subject headings and explains how to find them in the subject catalog...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; Bibliographies; Federal Indian Relationship; Higher Education; Resource Materials; Secondary Education
Downloads: 1
[audio]Audio Tour for the Spendid Heritage Exhibit - Utah Museum of Fine Art
Splendid Heritage: Perspectives on American Indian Art February 12, 2011 - April 24, 2011 Cost: Adult: $8; Senior/Student/Military/Tour Group: $5; children 6-12: $5; Children 5 and younger are free Splendid Heritage: Perspectives on American Indian Art, an extraordinary exhibition from the John and Marva Warnock Collection, will present 149 objects of unique artistry and powerful cultural expression from the Native people of the Plains, Plateau and Northeast...
Keywords: American Indian, art, native people,plains
Downloads: 120
[movies]Eagle Gone - Terry Doran
A documentary on the shameful treatment of Native Americans in Indiana. A Theater for Ideas production by Terry Doran (1988).This film was the winner of a documentary award Chicago Film Festival and a master fellowship in Media Arts from the Indiana Arts Commission.
Keywords: American Indian; theater for ideas; Terry Doran
Downloads: 83
[texts]ERIC ED316375: American Indian Policy and Cultural Values: Conflict and Accommodation. Contemporary American Indian Issues Series, No. 6. - ERIC
American Indians have suffered a series of alterations in federal/tribal relations with rebuilding of Indian communities revived one moment but dashed the next by changes in national policy. This collection of papers focuses on consequences of an ever-changing American Indian policy and its impact on the lives and cultural values of American Indians. Major topics are: (1) the Indian New Deal, accompanied by both policy contradictions and successful revitalization of tribal viability under the Of...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian Reservations; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Federal Indian Relationship; Older Adults; Relocation; Rural Urban Differences
Downloads: 21
[texts]Aims and objects of the Museum of the American Indian. : Heye foundation - Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
NMAIREF copy 39088015282213 is no. 3 in a vol. with 4 other titles. Bound together subsequent to publication
Keywords: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
Downloads: 169
[texts]ERIC ED366473: A Curriculum Guide to Learning about American Indians. - ERIC
This guide provides information and suggestions for teachers planning an American Indian study unit or American Indian Day activities. The first section lists contributions of American Indians in the form of foods, words, art, music, law, government, and traditional values. The second section provides ideas for classroom discussions concerning historical facts about American Indian tribes and their way of life...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Class Activities; Cultural Activities; Cultural Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Resource Materials
Downloads: 20
[texts]Aims and objects of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye foundation - Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
NMAIREF copy 39088015282148 is no. 3 in a vol. with 5 other titles. Bound together subsequent to publication
Keywords: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
Downloads: 271
[texts]ERIC ED245861: "The Story of Running Eagle" and "The Cause of Things." - ERIC
The two illustrated children's stories are part of a series about the Blackfeet Indians. The first story, originally published in 1916, is the story of Weasel Woman, an orphaned girl who stole her way into a raiding party and became a successful warrior and, ultimately, a war chief named Running Eagle. The second story is a Blackfeet creation tale that describes how, after the Old Man created the world and the first people, a man and his sons set out to find better hunting and discovered the pla...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indians; Childrens Literature; Elementary Education; Instructional Materials; Legends; Reading Materials; Tribes
Downloads: 1
[texts]Aims and objects of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation - Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation

Keywords: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
Downloads: 136
[audio]4 Ten Years--From Occupied Ohlone Territory - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from Mary Jean Robertson's essay "Reflections from Occupied Ohlone Territory" in the book "Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco 1968-78," edited by Chris Carlsson and published by City Lights Foundation.
Keywords: Ohlone; American Indian Center; Alcatraz; Indian rights
Downloads: 156
[texts]ERIC ED320723: Native Americans in Central Appalachia: A Bibliography. First Edition. ASPI Research Service. - ERIC
This bibliography lists available literature relating to the American Indians of Appalachia. Containing approximately 540 entries, the list includes publications on American Indians from prehistoric times up to the present. The materials focus primarily on the Shawnee and Cherokee tribes, which inhabited portions of what is now called central Appalachia, embracing the mountainous parts of Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indian Studies; Anthropology; Archaeology; Ethnology; Rural American Indians; Sociology
Downloads: 11
[texts]Aims and objects - Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
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Keywords: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
Downloads: 307
[texts]ERIC ED370623: Tribal Colleges: A Success Story. - ERIC
An overview is provided of the tribal college movement, including information on the students, curricula, funding, and future of these institutions. The paper begins by examining the history of the establishment of tribal colleges, citing the influence of the civil rights movement of the 1960's, never-realized interest in establishing a single national university to serve all tribes, and the creation of tribal colleges by individual tribes, beginning with the establishment of Navajo Community Co...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Education; American Indian Reservations; Community Colleges; Tribally Controlled Education; Two Year Colleges
Downloads: 5
[texts]Mr. Bromley's second address, on the deplorable state of the Indians [microform] : delivered in the "Royal Acadian School," at Halifax, in Nova Scotia, March 8, 1814 - Bromley, Walter
'"Who shall not fear thee ..."'
Keywords: North American Indian Institution; North American Indian Institution; Indians of North America; Indiens d'Amérique
Downloads: 303
[texts]ERIC ED348590: Cultural Disintegration Perpetuated through Substance Abuse among American Indians. - ERIC
Alcohol, perhaps more than any other factor, symbolizes the degree of cultural disintegration experienced by American Indians today. It has been recognized as a symptom of the numerous cultural adjustments forced upon American Indians since white contact. Indeed, alcohol among Indian groups was prohibited for a far longer period than the nationwide "Prohibition" experience. The General Indian Intercourse Act prohibited alcohol sale and use among American Indian groups from 1834 to 1953...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alcohol Abuse; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indians; Cultural Influences
Downloads: 5
[texts]ERIC ED367998: Time and Technology in Native American Indian Literature. - ERIC
Understanding Native American Indian literature requires that scholars and teachers respect the cultural matrix within which the literature is written. The "ceremonial motion" of time--or "Indian time"--is a critical concept in Native American texts. When the dominant culture's time construct, linear or chronological time, superimposes on Indian characters in fiction, those characters exhibit patterns of illness and dislocation; conversely, when mythical or communal time perceptions dominate, ch...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Literature; Characterization; Cultural Context; Novels; Technology; Time
Downloads: 10
[audio]Alcatraz 40th Anniversary of Indigenous Occupation - Shaping San Francisco
Mary Jean Robertson ("Voice of the Native Nations" KPOO-FM radio, 34d, 4th and 5th Wednesdays from 6-8 pm) and Tony Gonzalez (AIM-West, International Indian Treaty Council) speak about the importance of the Alcatraz occupation in 1969-70, and the many initiatives galvanized by the audacity of that event. The first part of the audio is the soundtrack from a movie "Alcatraz Is Not an Island" by Jim Fortier.
Keywords: Alcatraz; 1969; 1970; Native Americans; Indians; Indigenous; AIM; American Indian Movement; American Indian Center; Mission District
Downloads: 349
[texts]ERIC ED230347: A Utah Navajo History = Dineji Nakee' Naahane' - ERIC
This book presents Navajo history in two aspects--traditional stories that describe the ancestors of the Navajo and explain how the Earth-Surface World was changed from monster-filled chaos into the well-ordered world of today, and historical events from 1525 to today after the Navajos had settled in the Southwest. Events described include settlement in the Four Corners region, first encounter and war with the Spaniards, the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, 4 years of peace among tribes and the Spaniards,...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indian Reservations; American Indians; Cultural Exchange; Folk Culture; Illustrations; Land Settlement; Leaders; Life Style; Maps; Racial Relations; Social History; Treaties; Tribes
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[texts]ERIC ED328393: Thanksgiving: A Resource Guide. An Indian Education Curriculum Unit. - ERIC
This resource guide contains information designed to correct historical distortions about American Indians and to dispel the stereotypical image of the American Indian culture. The booklet includes: (1) a historical timeline that matches major developments in Europe, Asia, and American Indian histories; (2) a description of the Indian view of creation and prehistory of North America; (3) a description of the encounters of Columbus with Caribbean natives; (4) a listing of the misconceptions prese...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Cultural Background; Elementary Secondary Education; Holidays; Resource Materials; Resource Units; Teaching Guides; Units of Study
Downloads: 2
[texts]ERIC ED272348: Indian Place Names in South Dakota. - ERIC
A cursory examination of place names on a map of South Dakota does not reflect the important role that Indians have played in the state and their relation to the land framed by its borders. Only three towns with populations over 1,000 bear names that clearly come from Indian languages: Sioux Falls, Sisseton, and Yankton. The hostile relationship existing between white settlers and Indians in South Dakota from 1859-1890 when most of the names which have gained official status were assigned by whi...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Languages; American Indians; Folk Culture; Geographic Location; Geography; Legends; Municipalities; Tribes
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED379433: "Elders' Visions." The Saskatchewan Older Aboriginal Adults' Learning Needs Assessment Project--Phase One, Final Report. - ERIC
The Elders Gathering on July 11-13, 1994, brought together 12 First Nations and Metis elders (all women) from 11 southern Saskatchewan communities to share their stories and to identify sociopolitical issues and their related learning needs. Throughout the spring and summer, the project coordinator traveled to First Nations and Metis communities to get to know the Elders and prepare for the Gathering...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adult Education; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian Studies; Canada Natives; Educational Needs; Foreign Countries; Metis (People); Needs Assessment; Older Adults
Downloads: 8
[texts]ERIC ED250143: Dinetah: Navajo History. Volume II. - ERIC
Using archaeological data, written chronicles of Spanish explorers and missionaries, and oral narratives and legends, the book traces the history of the Navajo people to their original homeland, Dinetah, located primarily off the present reservation in an area south and east of Farmington, New Mexico. The book discusses various theories on Navajo entry and time of arrival into the region and presents an argument for a Navajo arrival date in the Southwest of 1300 A.D...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indians; Ancient History; Archaeology; Cultural Background; Ethnic Origins; Higher Education; Legends; Secondary Education; Tribes
Downloads: 2
[texts]ERIC ED324165: Stories by Our Elders. The Fort Belknap People. - ERIC
This volume contains approximately 35 brief stories told by members of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Many of the stories deal with legendary Indian heros, warriors, or cultural myths. Some, however, seem to portray actual events in the lives of the narrators themselves or their immediate ancestors. Many stories deal with Indian magic or myths about natural phenomenon such as the rainbow, the sunflower, and the buffalo...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indians; Elementary Education; Fables; Legends; Mythology; Oral History; Story Telling
Downloads: 11
[texts]ERIC ED372899: Blueprints for Indian Education: Languages and Cultures. ERIC Digest. - ERIC
Reports from the Indian Nations At Risk Task Force and the White House Conference on Indian Education identify as a national priority the need to retain American Indian and Alaska Native languages both as central elements in Native cultures and as national resources. A personal narrative of an Alaska Native man who grew up in the 1930s shows the importance of his native language to his cultural upbringing, and the gradual decline of native language use across the generations of his family...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alaska Natives; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian Languages; Cultural Maintenance; Curriculum Problems; Elementary Secondary Education; Language Maintenance; Native Language Instruction; Personal Narratives
Downloads: 7
[texts]ERIC ED309906: Hunger and Nutrition Problems among American Indians: A Case Study of North Dakota. Hearing before the Select Committee on Hunger. House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, First Session (New Town, North Dakota, July 10, 1987). - ERIC
This document reports the oral and written testimony of 14 witnesses who discussed general health and nutrition problems among American Indians and focused on the high incidence of diabetes among North Dakota Indians. Diabetes was relatively rare among American Indians before 1940. Nearly one in three members of The Three Affiliated Tribes aged 40 or older is diabetic, according to a 1986 health report...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alcoholism; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Reservations; American Indians; Diabetes; Federal Indian Relationship; Health Services; Hearings; Nutrition; Rural Resettlement; Special Health Problems
Downloads: 5
[texts]ERIC ED310898: Cherokees. - ERIC
This issue of "Now and Then" focuses on Cherokee Indians in Appalachia. It includes poetry, articles, fiction, book reviews, and photos. Articles include "The Story of My Life as Far Back as I Remember" by Aggie Ross Lossiah and edited by Joan Greene; "Goingback Chiltoskey, Master Carver," by Joan Greene; "Daughter of Tahlequah," a profile of storyteller Gayle Ross by Jill Oxendine; "Maggie Axe Wachacha: Beloved Woman of the Cherokees," by Patricia A...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; Cultural Background; Cultural Education; Ethnic Groups; Interviews; Poetry; Rural American Indians; Rural Areas; Short Stories
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED368354: Finding Guide to the California Indian Library Collections: California State Library. Volume 5, Sound Recording Data: History and Indexes to "Keeling Guide" Sound Recordings, Sorted by Title and Tribe. Volume 6, Sound Recording Data: Indexes to "Keeling Guide" Sound Recordings...; and "Rodriguez-Nieto Guide" Sound Recordings, Sorted by Title. Volume 7, Sound Recording Data: Indexes to "Rodriguez-Nieto Guide" Sound Recordings...; and All Hodgson Sound Recording Indexes. - ERIC
The California Indian Library Collections (CILC) was funded with the aim of returning unique cultural materials in three media types--sound recordings, photographs, and text--to California's Native Americans and making the collections available to all citizens through their local libraries. This document includes volumes 5-7 of the finding guide, produced to provide access to the data from the three CILC collections of sound recordings featuring dances, songs, and legends: Keeling Guide, Rodrigu...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; Audiotape Recordings; Cultural Background; Cultural Centers; Cultural Images; Cultural Traits; Indexes; Library Collections; State Libraries; Tribes
Downloads: 14
[texts]ERIC ED321956: People of the Three Fires: The Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Ojibway of Michigan. [Workbook and Teacher's Guide]. - ERIC
This book accompanied by a student workbook and teacher's guide, was written to help secondary school students to explore the history, culture, and dynamics of Michigan's indigenous peoples, the American Indians. Three chapters on the Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Ojibway (or Chippewa) peoples follow an introduction on the prehistoric roots of Michigan Indians. Each chapter reflects the integration of cultural and historical information about the Indians...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Environmental Influences; Federal Indian Relationship; Political Influences; Secondary Education; Social Change; Sociocultural Patterns; Socioeconomic Influences
Downloads: 14
[texts]ERIC ED368353: Finding Guide to the California Indian Library Collections: California State Library. Volume 1, Introduction and Photographic Data: Indexes to Achomawi through Pomo/Kashaya Pomo. Volume 2, Photographic Data: Indexes to Pomo/Kashaya Pomo through Yurok. Volume 3, Photographic Data: Indexes to All Photographs, Sorted by Title. Volume 4, Photographic Data: Indexes to All Photographic Data Sorted by Category. - ERIC
The California Indian Library Collections (CILC) was funded with the aim of returning unique cultural materials in three media types--sound recordings, photographs, and text--to California's Native Americans and making the collections available to all citizens through their local libraries. This document includes the first four volumes of the finding guide, produced to provide access to the data from the photographic data collection which includes more than 7500 photographs: (1) Volume 1 contain...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; Cultural Background; Cultural Centers; Cultural Images; Cultural Traits; Indexes; Library Collections; Photographs; State Libraries; Tribes
Downloads: 39
[texts]ERIC ED259847: The Loud Mouthed Gun. - ERIC
Written for children, this story is one in a series about the history of the Blackfeet from the precontact period to the mid-nineteenth century. The story begins when the tribe first encounters gunfire in a battle with the Plains Cree, then their neighbors to the east. A Blackfeet warrior is killed and the others return home to tell the chiefs and medicine men about the powerful thunder medicine of the Crees...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indians; Childrens Literature; Cultural Activities; Elementary Education; Guns; Supplementary Reading Materials; Tribes
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED257591: Claims Against the U.S. Government by the Navajo Indian Tribe. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations of the Committee on the Judiciary. Serial No. 67. House of Representatives, Ninety-Eighth Congress, First Session 3533, Claims Against the U.S. Government by the Navajo Indian Tribe. (November 2, 1983). - ERIC
On November 2, 1983, the subcommittee heard testimony concerning H.R. 3533 which would require the United States Court of Claims to hear eight claims originally filed against the United States Government by the Navajo Tribe in 1950 and later dismissed on technical grounds. The claims alleged that the Government improperly managed tribal resources and lands and violated the Treaty of 1868 by not dealing fairly and honorably with the Navajo Tribe in providing educational facilities and services re...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Reservations; American Indians; Contracts; Court Litigation; Federal Courts; Federal Government; Federal Indian Relationship; Treaties; Tribes
Downloads: 8
[texts]ERIC ED383514: Indian & Metis Trivia Game. - ERIC
This booklet consists of 220 questions about Native North Americans and Metis people that can be used as learning activities for elementary and secondary school students. Suggestions for using the questions include playing games in pairs or teams, locating resources to find answers to questions, playing trivia games and board games, and using questions as a starting point for further research on famous Native people...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indians; Canada Natives; Educational Games; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Learning Activities; Metis (People); Tribes
Downloads: 32
[texts]ERIC ED249000: Ute Unit: Study Guide and Follow Up Activities. - ERIC
The study guide and follow-up activities were designed primarily to give students a feeling of Ute life in the San Luis Valley in Colorado. The unit begins with six Southern Ute stories about the wolf and coyote, the race between the skunk and the coyote, the frog and the eagle, why the frog croaks, the bear (Que Ye Qat), and the two Indian brothers. A unit test consisting of listing, matching, and essay questions follows the stories along with a student evaluation form and a reference list of t...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Literature; American Indians; Cultural Influences; Elementary Secondary Education; Reference Materials; Supplementary Reading Materials; Units of Study
Downloads: 3
[audio]Owenni:io To Drink - hneki:ren
Podcast 1-5-06 Verb:To Drink - hneki:ren Wakhneki:ren - I am drinking Sahneki:ren - You are drinking Rohneki:ren - He is drinking Iakohneki:ren - She is drinking Iohneki:ren - It is drinking Ionkhneki:ren - We are drinking(all of us) Sewahneki:ren - You are drinking(all of you) Rotihneki:ren - They are drinking(men) Iotihnekiren - They are drinking(women)
Keywords: Mohawk; language; ndn; first nation; american indian; indian; education; native
Downloads: 164
[audio]Consciencias Paralelas American Indian Workshop Anexo 2 aos Programas 39 a 41 / Parallel Consciences American Indian Workshop Annexes 2 to Emissions 39 to 41 - Joao Soares Santos
Uma serie de programas emitidos pela Radiodifusao Portuguesa centrados na analise e interpretacao de concepcoes e fenomenos culturais presentes em diferentes sociedades. As herancas culturais, as formas de inteligibilizar e o modo como esses entendimentos e modelacoes aproximam, afastam, confrontam ou complementam realidades. / A series of programmes emitted by Radiodifusao Portuguesa, Antena 2, concerning analysis and interpretation of cultural conceptions and phenomena in different societies...
Keywords: Consciencias Paralelas; Parallel Consciences; American Indian Workshop; Gordon Henry Jr
Downloads: 17
[audio]International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier - dan v
International Day of Solidarity with Leonard Peltier 4 February 2012 Riverside Church NYC A fund-raising day of solidarity with Native American political prisoner and prisoner of war Leonard Peltier. . Speaker, Luis Rosa Perez, in the past was in prison with Leonard. Performances by Frank Menusan (Native American flute), the Coatlicue Theater Company, the Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe, and others...
Keywords: AIM; American Indian; political prisoner; pine ridge; native; decolonize; decolonization
Downloads: 62
[texts]ERIC ED324168: Creating a Better Understanding of Tribal Government and History Concerning the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. - ERIC
This report was written to teach the people and children of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation about their history, tribal government, and its functions. The reservation is populated mainly by members of the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre communities. The report begins with a tribal history starting from the 17th century, when a group of Assiniboine Indians split off from the Yanktonai Sioux and migrated north to Canada...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Reservations; Environmental Education; Federal Indian Relationship; Federal Legislation; Reservation American Indians; Treaties; Tribal Sovereignty; Tribes; Trust Responsibility (Government)
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[texts]ERIC ED279457: Indian/Tribal Studies Programs in the Tribally Controlled Community Colleges. - ERIC
Indian/Tribal Studies are the bedrock upon which 22 tribally controlled community colleges have been built since the mid-1950s. These colleges have put substantial resources, personnel, and time into building Indian/Tribal Studies programs into flagship academic, cultural, and language institutes. They exhibit common traits including tribal charters and control; objectives committed to enhancement, preservation, and teaching of tribal culture and Indian studies; focus on transfer and vocational/...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian History; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Community Colleges; Cultural Education; Curriculum; Educational Objectives; Futures (of Society); Intellectual Disciplines; Postsecondary Education; Program Content; Tribal Sovereignty
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED310892: Indians of Washington State. Revised Edition. - ERIC
This unit supplements social studies curriculum in Washington state schools and is offered to help teachers design courses on Indians of the Pacific Northwest. The unit is designed to build understanding and appreciation for historical and contemporary Indian culture, and to examine how people meet their needs using natural resources and adaptation. The unit emphasizes the diversity of cultures and languages among Washington Indians and the effects of environment upon their ways of life...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Languages; American Indian Studies; Cultural Background; Economic Development; Economic Opportunities; Elementary Secondary Education; Multicultural Education; Public Schools; Social Studies; State Curriculum Guides; Tribes
Downloads: 2
[texts]ERIC ED286691: Hupa Activity Book. - ERIC
Lessons used in a Hupa bilingual class during the 1986-87 academic year are compiled in this manual, which was generated cooperatively by the Hupa teachers. The lessons are arranged in a progression from easier to harder and cover vocabulary, conversations, verbs, holidays, and stories. The first two chapters present basic vocabulary terms for numbers, body parts, clothing, animals, colors, musical instruments, weather, time, and talking about one's self--family members, places, pets, favorite f...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; American Indian Culture; American Indian Education; American Indian Languages; American Indian Literature; Bilingual Education; Bilingual Instructional Materials; Cultural Education; Elementary Education; Holidays; Illustrations; Legends; Mythology; Native Language Instruction; Personal Narratives; Teacher Developed Materials; Tribes; Verbs; Vocabulary Development
Downloads: 7
[texts]ERIC ED302347: Breaking the Sacred Circle. - ERIC
Intended as a basis for student discussions on American Indian issues, this article provides background on American Indian and Alaskan Native spiritual values and the white man's disruption of the Sacred Circle of Life. The foundation of the philosophies of North American indigenous peoples was the idea of cyclical reaffirmation and the goal of maintaining a harmonious balance with nature. Traditional Indian activities were conducted with the circle in mind, reflecting the belief that the power ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Alaska Natives; American Indian Culture; American Indian History; American Indian Reservations; American Indian Studies; American Indians; Beliefs; Conservation (Environment); Culture Conflict; Land Use; North American History; Philosophy; Secondary Education; Social Studies; Values
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